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I pray to the Sun, the day-maker, destroyer of

all sins, the enemy of darkness, of great
brilliance, the descendent of KAshyapa, the
one who shines like the japA flower .

I pray to the Moon who shines coolly like curds

or a white shell, who arose from the ocean
of milk, who has a hare on him, Soma, who
is the ornament of Shiva's hair .

I pray to Mars, born of Earth, who shines

with the same brilliance as lightning, the

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young man who carries a spear .

I pray to Mercury, dark like the bud of millet,

of unequalled beauty, gentle and agreeable .

I pray to Jupiter, the teacher of gods and

rishis, intellect incarnate, lord of the
three worlds .

I pray to Venus, the utimate preceptor of

demons, promulgator of all learning, he who
shines like the fiber of snow-white jasmine .

I pray to Saturn, the slow moving, born of

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Shade and Sun, the elder brother of Yama,

the offspring of Sun, he who has the
appearance of black collyrium .

I pray to Rahu, having half a body, of great

bravery, the eclipser of the Moon and the Sun,
born of SimhikA .

I pray to Ketu, who has the appearance of

PalAsha flower, the head of stars and planets,
fierce and terrifying .

Those who read the song sung by VyAsa,

will be joyous, sovereign and powerful,
and will succeed in appeasing obstacles,
occurring by day or by night .
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Bad dreams of men, women and kings alike

will be destroyed and they will be endowed
with unparalleled riches, good health and
enhancing nourishment .

All the pain, devastation caused by

fire, planets and stars will be of
the past, so spoke VyAsa, emphatically .

Thus ends the song of praise of the
nine planets composed by VyAsa .

Encoded NA
Translations Dr . Vidhyanath Rao and Dr . Srinivas Kalyanaraman .

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